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drive the mainstream media in frenzy of outrage. >>> first lady michelle obama cameo as oscar presenter raised eyebrows and had some fuming. but in iran they were up in arms about the first lady's arms. in a story about "argo" winning best picture, they did a little oler the ration to the first lady's $9,000 evening gown to cover up some skin. the guardian reports iranian women shown on state tv are required to have a job that covered their hair, arm, legs. for foreigners the dress code appears to be relaxed somewhat. the first lady's arms did not qualify. >> finally a part-time judge in new jersey is pleading to the supreme court. vince secari hears cases like traffic violations and disordinarily conduct. they voiced concern it could give appearance of bias though he does not do lawyer jokes. the gig is a comic and actor pays better and entitles him to health benefits. as a judge he makes $13,000 a year. another look of how hard it is to get the care they were promise it when they signed up. correspondent douglas kennedy has the story of a hero who has gone from dodging bombs and bulle
. michelle obama said op "good morning america," "when we started, there were a lot of people in this country who would have never thought that childhood obesity was a health crisis. we're starting to see a change in the trends. we're starting to see rates of obesity coming down like never before." she praised mississippi specifically, which according to the robert wood johnson report has seen a 13% drop in childhood obesity. and she said, "when i first went there, mississippi was considered one of the most up healthy states in the nation." but the report actually shows the decline happened between 2005 and 2011. the let's move campaign began in 2010. monday we told you the president's new non-profit advocacy group organizing for action is essentially selling white house access to wealthy donors, something then candidate obama campaigned against. if you get your evening news elsewhere, you probably did not see that story at all. the "new york times" broke it saturday. abc, cbs and nbc had no mentions of the controversy in their morning or evening newscasts. throughout the weekend. or on monda
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